If you’re an avid video game connoisseur, especially of now-vintage consoles and titles, chances are you’ve played at least one of SEGA’s timeless classics. The transcendental developer has been around for over 60 years, and now, they’re celebrating that milestone with a line of unique, limited-edition chronographs co-opted with none other than famed Japanese watchmaker Seiko.
The collection is small but bold. It introduces two distinct colorways — silver stainless steel, and an all-black variant — capturing the allure of vintage consoles and promoting the nostalgic remembrance of early IPs in SEGA’s history. Below the watches’ glistening sapphire glass, bespoke detailing, including SEGA’s iconic logo, chapter ring, and sixty-minute marker, make their debut, complementing its clean-cut aesthetic. At the 60th Anniversary’s rear, GOSEGA, Seiko, and SEGA iconography have been laser-engraved, paying homage to over 60 years of excellence within the video game community. Each Japan-only example will arrive in its very own velvet case, with only 400 black, and 800 silver variants slated for release. Head over to SEGA’s 60th Anniversary website to pick up your own for $410 and up.
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